BPSGMC Recruitment 2018 


Total No. Posts - 66 Posts

Last Date 06 February

Job Details :
1) Post Name : Senior Resident
No. of Vacancy : 47 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs. 18600-20100/- Grade Pay : Rs. 5400/-
Qualification: Candidate Must be Graduate / Post Graduate As per MCI Norms or MBBS, MD, DMB or Equivalent.
Age Limit: Minimum and Maximum age limit is 22 to 40 years

2) Post Name: Tutors
No. of Vacancy: 19 Posts
Pay Scale: Rs. 18600-20100/- Grade Pay: Rs. 5400/-
Qualification: Post Candidate Must have Complete Graduation and Post Graduation.
Age Limit: Minimum and Maximum age limit is 25 to 55 years

Job Location: Sonepat (Haryana)

Selection Process: Selection will be based on Interview.

Application Fee: Candidates have to pay Rs. 500/- (for General Category) & Rs. 250/- (for woman & Reserve Category) through Demand Draft in favor of-of Director, B.P.S Govt. Medical College for Women Khanpur Klan Sonepat Payable at Gohana.

How to Apply: Interested candidates may apply in application form along with Required Documents send to the Director, B.P.S Govt. Medical College for Women, Khanpur Kalan, Sonepat, Haryana – 131305. on or Before 06.02.2018.

Important Dates to Remember :
Last Date for Submission of Application form: 06.02.2018
 
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